German Watchmaking Art at Harrods Exclusive presentation by Glashütte Original German Watchmaking Art at Harrods Exclusive presentation by Glashütte Original Under the motto “German Watchmaking Art since 1845”, the Saxon prestige brand Glashütte Original will display its latest chronograph models as well as highlights of its current collection from May, 29 to June, 24 at Harrods, London. German Watchmaking Art since 1845 by Glashütte Original Date: Friday, May 29 – Wednesday June, 24Venue: Harrods Fine Watch Room, 87 – 135 Brompton Road, London SW1X 7XL Opening Times: Monday – Saturday 10.00am – 8.00pm, Sunday 11.30am – 6.00pm The Exhibition The interactive exhibition in the Fine Watch Room of Harrods will focus especially on the brand’s competence in the manufacturing of chronographs. The in-house chronograph movement Calibre 37, presented for the first time in 2014, will be at the center of the show. The innovative movement is at the heart of the classic Senator Chronograph Panorama Date and the sporty Seventies Chronograph Panorama Date. Guests are invited to discover the Art of the Chronograph by Glashütte Original via animations, an interactive app and a so-called Wondertable, which shows and explains all the single components of the technically ambitious chronograph movement. In addition to the selection of chronographs featuring the new movement, Glashütte Original will also present highlights from its four collection pillars; Art & Technik, Quintessentials, 20th Century Vintage and Ladies Collection. The Chronograph Calibre 37 The Calibre 37 is the first calibre the German manufactory has conceived and built specifically as a chronograph movement. The structurally simplified movement has an increased stability, resulting in superior performance over time. The manufactory’s in-house design team has successfully integrated a unique combination of features: central stop seconds hand, 30 minute and 12 hour counters with fly-back mechanism; small seconds counter with power reserve indicator (70 hours), and Glashütte Original’s compelling Panorama Date display. The elegant Senator Chronograph Panorama Date displays the signature symmetrical harmony of the manufactory’s classic yet contemporary Senator line. All hands are in blued steel, the dial is framed by a slim, elegant bezel and the case is made of satin brushed and polished platinum or red gold. The sporty Seventies Chronograph Panorama Date features a polished, soft-cornered square bezel and satin brushed case in stainless steel that underscores the distinctive, vintage Seventies look and feel. Its three dial versions present refined variations of understated elegance in galvanized blue, ruthenium or silver with sunburst finished surfaces. Connoisseurs and watch enthusiasts are cordially invited to stop by and discover German craftsmanship and Saxon watchmaking expertise at their best.